Sanctum International Serviced Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The salon was just off Tottenham Court Road near Warren Street tube station. There are a number of furniture & homewares stores in the area. Couple went into are Heal's and Habitat. Very dangerous places to visit as lots of tempting things. Nothing I actually needed at this stage! Loved this chair and the balloon lights are fun.
... as well as printing. The tablet is also used to call the personal butler and also have every wish and whim to be catered to.
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... the right direction and not possibly ordering offle. The trip from the airport was good. Took an hour but we were too busy looking at the views to notice how long it took. The hotel is literally around the block from Russell square and took us a minute. We are near the university and Hyde park. Excellent location and we will tackle it all tomorrow. We are just at the pub having a few ...
... The bus took us down Kingsland Road through the suburb of Shoreditch. Shoreditch seems to be going through a renaissance, but you can see it was an area of poor housing and poverty, and hence the needs for an alms-house. Originally the Museum was an alms-house for the elderly residents who could no longer work to earn enough to pay rent. Travelling down the Kingsland Road we went past the smallest house I’ve seen since we ...